If you’ve spent any amount of time on social media you’ve seen countless before and afters of women who got their make-up done! Many of these before and afters have enhanced eyelashes!

Are you influenced by these before and afters as I am? If you are, I’m sure that after you saw those pictures or videos you wanted to call your salon and book an appointment! I know I did a few times!

While I love having long lashes, beautiful lashes, lashes that make me look like I got my stuff together when I don’t feel like putting my make-up on, I also don’t like when I get glue in my eyes trying to apply the lashes myself, or when somebody sticks glue in my eye when they attach the eyelashes at the salon.

I also don’t like the fact that when that happens my eyes are burning for almost an hour causing me to itch and scratch (the worst thing possible) and tear some of these lashes off! There is nothing that pisses me off more than I pay for services (eyelash extensions) and ruining them in not even an hour afterward! I feel like I just threw money out the window! Does this sound familiar?

Well, think about if you are getting fake eyelashes every 2 weeks like I was having them done how much money are you throwing away? My salon used to charge me $80 every visit! Add the tip at least $10, that would be $90…to make it even I would just leave $100. So $100 every 2 weeks is $2,600/year on eyelashes! HUH?

This is insane!

I got tired of all those chemicals in my eyes and just spending money on something that doesn’t even last 2 weeks. Here are my most important pros cons for fake eyelashes:

Fake Eyelash Pro:

• You get all the drama, without the artificial look or visible lash band.

• you wake up looking fabulous every day, without working for it.

• Mascara? Eh… forget it!

Fake Eyelash Con:

• Great responsibility! You need to be careful with them! You need to maintain them!

• If not applied correctly they look like this: ….. and who wants spider lashes?

• Expensive habit – I just did the math above

• Allergic reaction to the adhesive used when applying the eyelash extensions – like we don’t have enough things to cause allergies in our lives

That is why I was glad when Lash Boost came out!

Why Lash Boost?

First of all, money! It only $150 and if applied according to directions – once a day on upper lash line – one container should last approximately 2-3 months. So do the math: every 2-3 month $150 is about $600-$900/year! Considering that eyelash extensions cost about $2600/ year that would save already $1,700-$2,000/year!


What would you do with an extra $1,700 or $2,000/ year?


So What is Lash Boost?

Lash Boost is a nightly eyelash conditioning serum that can be used after your regular skin care regimen to enhance the natural appearance of your lashes. Although the time frame to see results depends on each individual, you can start noticing fuller-looking, longer-looking, and darker-looking lashes in about 4 weeks. The best results are achieved if you use the Lash Boost for about 8 weeks.

Now, this product is obviously for external use only and if it gets in the eye may cause some irritation. If it gets into direct contact with your eyes, rinse them with cool water and seek medical attention if irritation persists. As everything that is personal, you should avoid sharing it with others.

What does the Lash Boost do?

The Lash Boost uses multi-med therapy to moisture, nourish, and protect your lashes. It contains panthenol and sodium hyaluronate to attract moisture to the lash while promoting flexibility and resilience. The proteins in the product, like biotin and keratin, help protect against future damage and the peptides provide nutrition to your lashes, make it them more durable and voluminous.

How to use Lash Boost?

First of all, you don’t have to go anywhere and pay anybody else to apply it for you!

Secondly, you can use it nightly after your skincare regimen. Just apply it along the upper lash line while avoiding the areas that cause sensitivity, redness, and irritation.

Wait approximately 90 seconds until the product has dried before you apply additional products to your eye area.

Do not wash your eyes after you apply Lash Boost!

So now that I compared the fake eyelashes with the Lash Boost, which one would your rather?

I know which one I am using!


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